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Ghost of the Fireflies

by Paul Allen Panks


(based on 6 ratings)
2 reviews

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A text adventure with RPG elements. Although it may seem that the game is taking place in a forest or a small village, you will quickly discover that the interior of a tortured mind is where this game ultimately takes place.

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27th Place - 13th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2007)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
A slightly more dressed up version of Panks' games, September 30, 2017

This game has all the usual Panks trappings:

inn - check
Jesus as a combatable NPC - check
hellhound - check
automated randomized combat - check

This game adds some of the Japanese atmosphere of the Ninja games to the mix. But overall, it's more of the same.

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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
1 1/2 Stars, November 13, 2007
by James Hall (UK)

This is perhaps the author's best game yet, although admittedly that's not saying much. The home-grown parser is still very primitive and there are a fair quantity of bugs in there. Includes a rather insulting introduction.

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The worst IF ever? by theqbasicwizard
I'm wanting to do an episode for the podcast that deals with only the worst possible IF games ever programmed? You know the kind that if you would have played it for another minute longer, that you would have never played another IF ever...

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